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Officer James Williams

January 2018

Williams

During the month of January, I met with three new residents in my Beat. I met with Mrs. Lakeesha Williams who resides at 909 Fields St. Mrs. Williams stated she has resided at this address for two years. Mrs. Williams stated she hasn’t had any problems at this address at this time. I left Mrs. Williams my business card and advised her to contact me if he had any questions, comments, or concerns.

Also this month, I met with Najhanae Fletcher who resides at 614 Fields. Ms. Fletcher stated that she has resided at this address for four years. Ms. Fletcher advised that she has had no problems at this residence. I left Ms. Fletcher my business card and advised her to contact me if she had any questions, comments, or concerns.

Also this month I met with Joshua McLean who resides at 706 Fields. Mr. McLean was walking in the 700 block of Fields St. when I made contact with him. I introduced myself to him as the Beat officer for his area. I asked Mr. McLean how long has he resided at his residence and if he had any problems or concerns he wished to discuss with me. Mr. McLean stated he has resided at his residence for a year. Mr. McLean stated he has had no problems at the address at this time. I provided Mr. McLean with my business card and advised him to contact me if he had any questions, comments, or concerns.

I located a white Pontiac four door passenger car bearing TXLP BFT4431, located at 712 Newton Dr. that is registered to Johnathon Dixon. This vehicle had front end damage and displayed an expired registration of November 2017. I left a junk vehicle notification at the front windshield of the vehicle.

I have two sex offenders that reside in my Beat; Mikael Oliver, and Jeffrey Mayberry.  I made contact this month with both Mikael Oliver and Jeffrey Mayberry, both subjects completed the Richmond Police Department Monthly Sex Offender contact sheet. I retained the forms to be later submitted to the Richmond Police Department.

While patrolling my Beat I looked for any malfunctioned or burned street lights. All street lights in my Beat were functioning and illuminated.